Key health report released detailing aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander professionals for eye health of First Nations People by 2030.
On the 2nd of May 2023 on Larrakia Country, the Vision 2030 report was launched by Senator the Hon Malarndirri McCarthy. The report details, from the perspective of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals, the vision and future efforts needed to eliminate avoidable vision loss and blindness in Aboriginal and Torres Strait communities by 2030.
Captured on Larrakia Country Darwin in May 2022 at the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Eye Health Conference, the report provides reflections on the essential elements that are needed to build a prevention focused, equitable, culturally safe and responsive eye health system, with the capability to address preventable vision loss and blindness in First Nations communities.
View the Vision 2030 Report here
The Vision 2030 Report was launched by Senator McCarthy from the Deadly Vision Centre, Larrakia Country, Darwin, Northern Territory on the 2nd of May 2023. Photo courtesy of Lose Fonua.